The universal goal of coliving operators is to create a thriving space that residents LOVE. But the widespread question is: How do I do this? It’s not always easy to find out exactly what guests think or how improvements can be made. This is where hacks like these come in to streamline your systems and enhance quality on all fronts. Using KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) is a major tool for assessing harmony and categorizing these concepts in actionable ways.
We need to start talking about how the Konmari method applies to other areas of our lives. People are clearing out their physical clutter but not the mental and emotional baggage lingering behind. With this in mind, it’s time to reconsider the way we live and if we’re really spending each day doing what sparks joy. If not, it’s time for a change.
Are CoLiving and CoHousing just two terms for the same thing? Are they actually separate? How so? We’re settling this once and for all. With new (and old) buzzwords surfacing all the time, it’s a real challenge to keep up with the current terminology and distinguish between them. But it’s time to realize that terms like CoLiving and CoHousing are here to say, so we might as well understand their distinctions. And who better to lay down these differences that the ones who personally made the split on Wikipedia? Whether you’re a resident interested in living in one of these models, an investor seeking more info, or a budding creator, here’s everything you need to know.
Very interesting fact: For the first time in 130 years, more young adults live with their parents than with partners. Shocking, right? Or rather, not so shocking at the same time. But Kndrd has the solution to make things better for everyone.
You’ve probably heard the surprising story of Bedly. It’s the latest hot topic circulating in the CoLiving community. And it has people a bit concerned. Not to mention confused about the next step for global CoLiving. But it’s also important to separate fact from fiction amidst all the flashy (but potentially misleading) headlines.